Sept. 28, 1970
Sept. 28, 1970

Table of Contents
Sept. 28, 1970

Royal Golf Nut
College Football
Weight Lifting
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


16 They're Playing Those Grinders Again
All the games are tough as the Pirates, Cubs and Mets battle to stay loose—and alive—in the waning season

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22 End of a Season at Syracuse
The university's inability to resolve its differences with black football players makes the future look grim

24 Grim Week for a Battling Lady
Down one, Australia's "Gretel II" fought back to even the America's Cup—only to be disqualified

26 The Future Moves into the Past
Playing plain old-fashioned football, Minnesota beat Kansas City and avenged its Super Bowl defeat

32 Where a Golf Nut Is King
How a sleepy North African kingdom seeks wealth and happiness by exchanging Bogie for bogeys

42 Downtown by the Seashore
A builder of skyscrapers brings that solid urban look to vacation homes on the beach

74 Run It up the Flagpole, Johnny
Banner days have come to Montreal, where a jaunty mayor has delivered Expo, the Expos and now the Olympics, too

The departments

6 Booktalk
13 Scorecard
51 People
52 College Football
63 Weight Lifting
69 Motor Sports
87 Baseball's Week
88 For the Record
90 19th Hole

Credits on page 88


Next week

Winning 'em all has become a habit at Perm State, but now football's longest win streak is in danger in the rarefied air of Boulder, where the Lions play powerful Colorado.

"On the whole, I'd rather be in Philadelphia," was W.C. Fields' choice for an epitaph. But Fields wasn't planning to watch the Eagles. Bob Jones docs and bravely reports.

Double trouble for all who play them, the famed Robinsons of Baltimore—Brooks and Frank—have struck a delicate balance in leading the Orioles to yet another title.